A new initiative to support student employability is coming to campus. EDGE is an optional experiential education certificate program for traditional (non co-op) students. The program is designed to offer students professional development, career readiness and planning for future success in the workforce.
A note from Co-operative Education & Career Action
On Friday, December 2, JobMine will go offline as part of the transition to WaterlooWorks, the University of Waterloo’s new employment administration system.
“WaterlooWorks is on schedule to roll out in January 2017,” says Dianne Bader, Director, Operations for Co-operative Education & Career Action (CECA). “Students should be focused on acing their exams, so the disruption to them during this time period will be minimized.”
“She’s the type of pharmacist I hope to be when I graduate pharmacy school.”
To a dedicated educator like Esther Lee, there is likely no higher praise. The kind words come from a nomination letter from Lee’s co-op students – Dr. Lee is the first-ever recipient of the Waterloo School of Pharmacy Outstanding Co-op Supervisor Award.